Be Open to Opportunities.

Here are a few guidelines to help you make the most of your current circumstances, so you can see opportunities all around you without, attempting to control every single detail about the future. Let go of your fears. Relax Have faith that you will find a way to ___________. You’ll build your future one breath at a…

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One Productivity List to Rule them ALL

You are really good at making lists. You have your: Bucket List Dream Board List Goal List Monthly Budget List Future Planning List Project List after Project List Idea List Gratitude List Grocery List Exercise List And the List goes on and on. But, out of all these lists, one list is missing. It’s important. It’s Your…

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Find Your Productivity Zone

Stop Glorifying Busy. A good portion of your day is “busy-work” that you’ve labeled productivity. Another portion of your day is a useless search. You search for answers to questions you already know; solutions to future-potential problems. You search for comfort, connection and joy. You search for things that are only found within. Stop Compounding Your Issues You…

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Change Your Story

The brain has a funny way about it. You venture outside your comfort zone. Something in you freezes up. You tune in to and turn up the story of “you’re not enough” and then find a way to soothe yourself. You soothe yourself with: food, substances, technology, people, problems, planning, wishing… You make use of…

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Start Journaling to Reach Your Self Development Goals Faster

Commit to this self development goals process for the next 30 days. You can adjust it where needed as you go. Journaling is part of the self development process that will: give you crystal clarity, build your confidence and get you closer to your goal than you thought possible. (even if you haven’t defined your ultimate self…

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